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review 2017-03-01 00:00
Indelible - Adelia Saunders I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways. My rating is my own opinion
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review 2014-11-23 00:00
Indelible Marks
Indelible Marks - billtheradish OMG! Is there some sort of certificate of completion to showcase my sense of accomplishment?? I'm definitely needing a pat on the back for sure!

All joking aside I really did enjoy this book.  As I look back on the 70 plus Stereks I've read, what stands out for a lot of us is our desire to see things more played out.  I've said before that I've always appreciated the fics or stories that actually depict the daily lives of couples - and make no mistake - this is it.  It is the day by day progress of meeting someone, becoming aware of him, falling for him, negotiating the steps on how to be with him.

Of course being 800 plus pages, this is not surprisingly long on exposition and at times quite repetitive.  But it's not simply a cataloguing of events.  It's a sensory exploration from Derek's POV and how much his wolf is a part of him. It's also definitely the most extensive commentary on pack life/dynamics I have come across yet.

Overall I guess the take away message is that this is a very, very romantic telling of how these two fall in love and become mates. That through their bond, their connection to each other was quite amazing. There's no question as to who they belong to and that was beautiful to be a part of.

"All he could smell was Stiles, all he could hear was Stiles, all he could feel was Stiles, belonged to Stiles, was because of Stiles."
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review 2014-09-18 00:00
Indelible: Book 5 of A New Life Series
Indelible: Book 5 of A New Life Series - Samantha Jacobey,Nicolene Lorette Designs Book: Indelible – A New Life Series Book #5
Author: Samantha Jacobey
Publication Date: 9/18/2014
Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts
My Rating: 5 Stars

This is the next journey for Tori Farrell.

Tori has returned to her small home in Texas. A lot has changed there while she was away taking care of the business the feds had for her to do.

Tori has come back to her brother Brian and his band mates staying at her place with Michael her husband. The band decides to head out but Brian stays with hopes of getting to know his sister.

Things are finally following into place for Tori. She and Michael have moved into Marge’s house to help her out as she is dying. She had wished her husband had not made this arrangement but in the end it turned out to be a good thing.

So many things happen in this book it had me smiling, laughing and overjoyed for Tori but then the ball crashes..
This poor girl doesn't seem to get any breaks in life that are sealed and permanent.

But I think after reading this book she may have finally found a much better life than the one she has known.

I have immensely enjoyed following Tori’s life through this series and I can not wait for the next book.

Pickup your copy and find out what is going on in Tori’s life in this installment
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review 2014-08-29 14:10
Indelible by Heather Ames
Indelible - Heather Ames

On what's supposed to be the biggest night of her life, Kaylen suffers a memory lapse and wakes up in bed with a strange man. This turn of events leads her down a dangerous path involving drug cartels and crooked police, all this while a hurricane bears down on Miami.


Indelible is a tight, solid story. I haven't read a suspense in a while, and I enjoyed this one.

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review 2014-05-23 15:31
Yara & Brent might must be the best couple in YA
Indelible - Lani Woodland

I received a copy of this book for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl.

After spending the summer in Brazil, Yara is blissfully reunited with Brent and her friends having been apart from them for three months at the beginning of Indelible. They aren't able to relax for long when the angry ghost of Pendrell Academy's founder's wife begins a new mystery to solve and attaches herself to Yara. 

Yara is closer than ever to the spirit world, closer than most Wakers, making her more powerful but also putting her in more danger. The fact that she isn't quite ready to let go and fully embrace being a Waker rang true with me and was so realistic - I can completely understand where she's coming from, especially at her age. I don't think anyone could expect her to just accept it right off the bat, not even her grandma. 

Yara and Brent have to be one of the best couples in YA fiction, if not the best. I think it's so cool that they share an important secret which allows them to understand each other in ways someone else couldn't. They're mature for their age, and there's actual substance to their relationship. They're completely refreshing. 

I must admit while the beginning of Indelible sets up the plot of the book nicely, I worried it wasn't going to be as addictive a read as the first book, Intrinsical. That didn't end up being the case at all - the action soon absorbed me, and I was on the edge of my seat, unable to put this book down. 

I loved Intrinsical, but Indelible blew me away. Just when I thought I couldn't love the characters more than I already did, Woodland proved me wrong, and I've never been more happy to be wrong. Indelible is that magical.

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